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pedestriannoun [C]

 us   /pəˈdes·tri·ən/
  • pedestrian noun [C] (WALKER)

a person who is walking, esp. in an area where vehicles go: Bicyclists and pedestrians use the path.

pedestrianadjective

 us   /pəˈdes·tri·ən/
  • pedestrian adjective (NOT INTERESTING)

showing little imagination; not interesting: The lyrics are pretty pedestrian.
(Definition of pedestrian from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “pedestrian”
in Korean 보행자…
in Arabic ماشٍ…
in Malaysian pejalan kaki…
in French piéton/-onne…
in Russian пешеход…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行人,步行者…
in Italian pedone…
in Turkish yaya…
in Polish pieszy…
in Spanish peatón, -ona…
in Vietnamese khách bộ hành…
in Portuguese pedestre…
in Thai คนเดินถนน…
in German der/die Fußgänger(in)…
in Catalan vianant…
in Japanese 歩行者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行人,步行者…
in Indonesian pejalan kaki…
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